2017 National Electrical Code
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Name of Legally Binding Document: NFPA NEC (2017) National Electrical Code
Name of Standards Organization: National Fire Protection Association
Standards Organization Source: NFPA National Electrical Code (Free Access Available Form Original Publisher)
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